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Melodica 08 November 2010

Melodica 08 November 2010

Playing tracks by

Levek, GIRL UNIT, Laidback, Tiefschwarz, Molly Wagger and more.

Chris Coco's weekly radio broadcast. An eclectic selection of brilliant new music starting with house and moving on to electronica, downtempo, acoustic and all sorts of other styles loosly connected to dance and electronic music. Let tastemaker Chris Coco guide you through his selection of the week's best new music.
This episode is all about cooling out, laying back and getting mellow and Balearic, bringing a ray of sunshine in the darkness of the coming winter. So there’s some old and new Balearic classics, more from Melodica favourites Nicolas Jaar, Jose Padilla and Soul Clap - plus bees, butterflies and horses. It’s al here.

Comments

silver
silver

Let your love be an island, like a rock in the sea, let your love give me shelter, then I can drown in the sea of Love. Blue skies appear in the land of the long white cloud, Aotearoa. Molly Wagger is bringing some sun rays across the ocean.

MikeStott
MikeStott

Lovely new track there by José. There's some other belter's on there.

blupeter
blupeter

Cocaine cool... I like the ''groovy'' structure of this song..

stadtnomade

Once again a great selection of music!
I really like that David Sylvian track...nice version.Thanks

fourwallsofsound

..that Soul Keita track..sounds like something straight out of a tarantino flick ..it's brilliant

Chris Coco
Chris Coco

New weekly Melodica Blog - here's the first one:

http://www.chriscoco.com/melodicablog-08-11-10/1705

Paolo Belli / Astroman

Girl Unit is simply a dope track!instant killa...
Tirk is releasing everytime great music, the T&SM remix is so...perfect

Chris Coco
Chris Coco

Let me know what you think about the music on this week's show.
Is Girl Unit genius or just a novelty? Paul McCartney on Melodica, is that Balearic? More house or more mellow, what would you like?